Job, Money, and Television Dictating the Relationship?
Partners aren't always to blame for relationship issues. Most often, what you do with your time and the attitude that goes along with it is to blame! - Nicholl McGuire Gone are the days when you and your partner were head over heels in love with one another. As much as you tried to avoid the boring routines that tend to affect so many relationships, before you knew it, you fell into the trap. You don't find him or her that interesting, you don't bother to create some time together, and you have little, if anything, to say about your partner that is positive. Three seemingly harmless issues that later become big problems in the relationship are often argued about, ignored sometimes, and wreck havoc on romance. 1. Job The job is the all-too-important god in the relationship. Everyone who lives with the one who is making the most money must adhere to the unspoken rules related to the job. A few of those rules include: One doesn't ask to do much during the